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Boogie Bike

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Me and truly odd went bmx hunting yesterday and I ended up with this unusual early MTB....24/26 "BOOGIE BIKE" by Ron miller frames.
I don't know anything about it, but it's really trick, bladed down and top tube, campy drops, araya 7x, snakebellies, etc.
Enjoy!
 

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Interesting bike. Late 80's?

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those pics suck.  too small....and show some detail pics of the trick tubing, etc...


ron miller is from nevada city, california. i saw on the web (don't know how true) that he only made 50 boogie bikes.


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sad to see ron died a few years ago.
http://bmxsociety.co...post__p__158922

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I knew that reminded me of an old thread here, but couldn't place it. Too bad ScottyT's initial post has broken photo links. I'd like to refresh myself about the look of that Cannondale with Grove components that he mentions in the first post.

 

In any case, I would think Grey's bike would be pretty desirable to early mtn bike collectors.

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